'Twisted' end to pic pact

Koehl, Christian; Harris, Dana
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/13/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 34, p30
Trade Publication
Reports that Kopelson Entertainment and Intertainment AG has agreed to end their agreement two weeks before the release of the movie "Twisted" in the U.S. Details of the film production deal; Claim of Intertainment that its cost-cutting measures interfered with Kopelson's production requirements; Release of the film starring Ashley Judd through Paramount Pictures Corp.


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